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Posted 3/6/2005 4:21:59 AM
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BE? That isn't some form of the BELL logo, is it?
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Posted 3/6/2005 4:50:18 AM
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Panel #5 looks a LOT like communication equipment we used in the military. Complete with the ability to switch from CIVILIAN to MILITARY frequencies, STDBY, LOW, and NORMAL options (Normal broadcasts further, while LOW saves the battery life for long operations). It seems to be missing that last knob, however! Interesting. I would ALMOST guarantee that is what it is, but I cannot say for sure since I have been out for more than a year.
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Posted 3/6/2005 4:54:44 AM
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Look at the pic of panel #3... I like how the ROCKET POWERED BATMOBILE has a GAS CAN in the car! Lol. Well, I am beat and this BE thing seems to be stumping me. Dave, any chance you have ANY pictures that reveal a PART NUMBER on any of these panels??? I have been searching through Google for BOEING ELECTRONICS, BOEING EUROPE, BELL ELECTRONICS, etc... So far no luck with a logo match. I thought it might be an old version of the BELL logo, as they specialize in helicopters and the prop swoop matches their new logo pretty close...
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Posted 3/6/2005 8:25:34 AM
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Nitro, I just got the joke. Sorry I was asleep when I read it the first 10 times. It took an email from Tim to set me straight.
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Posted 3/6/2005 11:07:00 AM
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It's got to be a panel from a Bell helicopter. For no apparent reason last night, I couldn't dream about anything but the Bell UH-1 cockpit. I got up this morning, checked out the pics, and was totally freaked out. I don't think the '89 used anything from the Huey, but it was weird anyway.
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Posted 3/6/2005 1:48:52 PM
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Panel #5 appears to have came from a McDonald Douglas F4E or D Phantom. It has been over 15 years since I had been in the cockpit of one. It sure looks like it as I remember.

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Posted 3/6/2005 1:51:48 PM
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Sorry; that is Photo #5 panel #3

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Posted 3/6/2005 2:06:50 PM
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Photo #11 is a avionics radar display panel, panel #1 is a civilian communication and transponder panel, panel #2 is located on the exterior or wheel well of a military aircraft, it is another communications panel, #4 is a helicopter radio rack control panel, #5 is a military transponder friend or foe panel, #6 is a civilian jet fuel start panel, #6 is a radio panel possibly military. The exhaust looks like ECS butterfly duct valves.

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Posted 3/6/2005 2:58:52 PM
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I was just about to say that, Kevin!
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Posted 3/6/2005 4:19:37 PM
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We should have a seperate forum to ask Kevin any question about the batmobile. He knows just about everything.
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